FOUR CULTURE – September/October 2013 The magazine of music, literature & compelling societal views Category : Arts & Culture Language : English Content : Sounds, visions, words, voices… 104 pages Loading ... Read about previously unpublished interviews and articles with Rose Redd, Noblesse Oblige, Stephen Hues and many other artists in which their most private thoughts and their secret source of inspiration are unveiled to you. This time, Four Culture interviewed a rising star in entertainment business, Rose Redd. ICT for Teaching & Learning in Falkirk Primary Schools Do you wonder why it’s important to help pupils learn to code? The products of coding or computer programming are around us every day, whether we see it or not. Daily living in today’s society depends on someone somewhere having created something in which coding or programming has played a part.
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